These are peeling-dumpster photos (see explanation in the previous post, Under the Sea) that I’ve exhibited various places or that are on my website. But upon going through my old files, I see two or three more that I’d like to work with, so I’ll be staying with this one dumpster a little longer. Four of the photos above were taken with digital point-and-shoots; one was shot on film and digitized. Is the film photo easily distinguished from the rest?
This is my favorite of the window photographs I took in Georgetown last Saturday. iPhone photo, cropped.
Getting away from travel-related posts here for awhile and back toward art photography.
I finally redesigned my photography website and it’s now live. Readers of this blog will find some photos that I’ve posted here, but also lots of older ones. These images were taken with a wide range of cameras. Some of the oldest were digitized from negatives; others were taken with a digital SLR, with a variety of point-and-shoots, with my new 4/3 Olympus, and with my iPhone. I hope you enjoy the website! Feedback is heartily invited.
iPhone photograph. This was taken on the campus of the University of Kansas, Lawrence.
Trying out a new point-and-shoot. Panasonic Lumix photograph, 310 mm (35 mm equivalent), handheld in moving car, tight crop, color-manipulated, watercolor filter applied.
iPhone photo, watercolor filter and blur effect applied.
Closeup of a barricade, Carterville, Illinois. Fuji X10.
Took this photo at the American Jazz Museum before I noticed the tiny “No Photography” sign. But since this doesn’t show any of their exhibits, I figure no harm, no foul. Pentax K-50, 18-55 zoom, f11, 1/13 sec. Yeah, baby, that’s a little slow!